Driver Surrenders In Deadly NJ Hit And Run

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Camden County authorities say a driver has been charged in a New Year’s Day hit-and-run that killed one person and seriously injured another.

Forty-two-year-old Sam Miles IV of Williamstown, Gloucester County, turned himself in late Saturday afternoon. He was charged with leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident that resulted in a fatality and was released after posting $50,000 bail.

Authorities say the accident occurred sometime between 3 a.m. and 3:40 a.m. Saturday in Winslow Township. Twenty-three-year-old Stacy Casalnova and 29-year-old Sean Scolla, both of Winslow, were struck as they walked home from a nearby establishment.

Casalnova was pronounced dead at the scene, while Scolla remained in critical but stable condition at Cooper Hospital in Camden on Sunday.

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  • rico suave

    whatever happened to this guy who ran over his brother in law and killed the pretty girl.

  • Mike


    Your bf found Stacey that morning? Did he say what he saw? Was she alone? I am a family member of hers.

  • Meg

    It was in a residential area. My boyfriend is the one who found her.

  • Mike

    Shane yes he is

  • Shane

    Is Mr. Miles the IV the son of the Mr. Miles III That ran for Mayor in Williamstown?

  • The Good Samaritan

    Is it possible that Mr. Miles did not realize that he hit two pedestrians while he was driving? Was he drunk and just wanted to drive away?

    Did this happen on a highway?

    The police will conduct their investigation.

    The Good Samaritan has spoken,

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